Curios Animals

Curios Animals

These animals live in the tundra regions of Greenland, in some parts of Canada, and also in Newfoundland and Labrador (Canada’s maritime province) both winter and summer. They prefer drier climates rather than swamps. To survive in a cold of -40 degrees in a rigorous winter, they dig holes in the snow or the ground […]

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Known for “redback spider” belongs to the species Latrodectus hasseltii. As the common name indicates, the red stripe on the female’s abdomen is a characteristic that identifies her. Males do not have this pattern, are smaller (the body measures about 4 mm) and less dangerous than females. They measure about 10 mm and until the […]

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A type of primate still unknown in the whole Brazilian territory is Guariba of Red Hands that with an extension extinction becomes even more rare in extended regions. Remembering a small chimpanzee with a long tail, the guariba has a very short coat, ranging in black cores to reddish cores in points. Its distribution and […]

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Velociraptor (Velocirraptor) is a genus of theropod dinosaurs that lived approximately 75 to 71 million years ago during the latter part of the Cretaceous period. Two species are currently recognized, although others have been attributed in the past. The species-type is V. mongoliensis; Fossils of this species were discovered in Mongolia. The second species, V. […]

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These fish escape the rule that all fish swim. Unlike consumers, they use their flippers, which look like hands, to walk. This animal was discovered in Tasmania. Scientists try to classify it, although no one has been found since 1999. Nearly 14 species, all of shallow water found in Australia. But I still do not […]

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The ferret is a carnivorous mammal of the Mustelidae family. There are several species of mustelids, the best known being the domestic ferret (Mustela putorius furo), used as a pet in several countries of the world. The term is generally used as a reference to the domestic ferret, the descendant of the bullfight or, occasionally, […]

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The cassowary is a bird of the group of large ratites, native to northeastern Australia, New Guinea and surrounding islands. The three species of cassowary belong to the family Casuariidae and are, with the ostrich and the emu, the largest birds in existence today. The preferred casuarum habitat is areas of tropical forest where there […]

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The jellyfish (Cyanea lamarchi), also called mother of water and jellyfish, jellyfish, are forms of free life of the adult cnidarians, belonging to classes Scyphozoa, Hydrozoa and Cubozoa. Almost all jellyfish inhabit the oceans. Its body presents radial symmetry, formed by two layers of cells: the epidermis (exterior) and the gastrodermia (interior); Between them there […]

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The Portuguese caravel is not a single multicellular organism, but a colony of small individuals called the zooids, in the group of cnidarians. These zooids are linked to each other because they can not live independently. They live in the waters of all the tropical regions of the oceans. They have blue or even pink […]

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Bungarus candidus or Krait Malasiana, is a venomous snake of the Elapidae family. It can be found in western Asia and Indonesia. This snake has nocturnal habits, not many attacks recorded from the Malaysian Krait, but it is an aggressive species when threatened. Description Krait Malasana can reach a total length of 108 cm, and […]

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